The admission fee to visit some of America's most popular national parks could more than double to $70 as officials look for ways to make up for lost revenue.
The National Park Service announced the plan Tuesday. Motorcyclists would have to pay $50 to enter the parks, while people on foot or bikes would face $30 admission fees.
The new admission pricing would apply to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Zion, Grand Teton, and other popular parks, most of which are in the West.
The National Parks Department is taking your comments on the issue as they make their decision.
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